Sunday, December 16, 2007

ice storm damage pics

A VIEW DOWN THE SIDEWALK...
THAT WAS THE TRAMPOLINE...

THE TREES OUT THE FRONT DOOR

HERE'S THE VIEW DOWN THE STREET...

THE TREES AROUND MY CAR

MORE CRAZY ICY TREES.

A VIEW FROM THE BACK





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19 comments:

Mrs. Monkey said...

Looks like a mess to clean up. I hope others come to help you.

Glad things are improving for you all.

oh amanda said...

Oh, Annie! How scary. I'm so glad it's back on!

annb said...

The trees are so bad out here, too! It's really hard to see so much destruction! I'm thankful that we all survived and that we were without power for only three days - unlike your 7! I'm glad you're "powered" again!
In His Love and Blessings,
ann

KC said...

WOW Annie those are some pictures.
I"m glad your all ok and that your power is now back on.

Omaha Mama said...

We've had some ice here too, but not nearly the damage! So sorry for that! I hope things settle down for Christmas.

palmtreefanatic said...

oh wow oh wow!
Those are some photos, scary!
Glad your doing better now! Praise God!

Given Grace said...

Oh my goodness...what a mess! So glad your safe and that your power is back on. We will continue to pray for you all during your cleanup!

Nancy Face said...

Goodness gracious! Those pictures are crazy! I never had any idea that an ice storm could do so much damage! :0

Sooo glad you have electricity now! :)

OKGardners said...

So happy you have your power back on and your water working again. I can imagine the excitement of being able to keep your laundry caught up. That is a necessity of life!

Life should be more simple now.

Betty

Coach J said...

You know what? I'm just so glad that it was the trampoline that was demolished and not your truck! Thank goodness that the ice will melt, and tree limbs can be picked up and burned or hauled off. I'm very thankful that your electricity is back on and you can live normally ;)

Jodi said...

Oh wow!! Glad you have power again!!! I can't find your snail mail addy... can you email it to me?? m2boyz at hotmail dot com

Penless Thoughts said...

You had come to my thoughts immediately and I had wondered how you were and were fairing. What a deal. We had our son and 2 grandchildren with us until Saturday. ALL of our kids lots power but one had a generator and the other a fireplace and made do.
Susan

Haley said...

Oh my goodness Annie! That all looks so awful! I'm am glad that you and your family are safe and have power again! i hope that you guys will be able to clean up and get back to normal very soon! :-)

Blessings!

Yvonne said...

Wow! You sure had a lot of damage. I'm sorry, but so glad that you guys are o.k. and have power.

Barbara H. said...

Man alive! How awful. I'm glad no branches fell on the house or vehicles.

Barbara H. @ Stray Thoughts

IRENE said...

Oh Annie! It looks like a movie! Thank God you are all OK.

gail@more than a song said...

Y'all have been through it haven't you Annie! Looks like quite the storm...I can sorta feel your pain, we had an ice storm about 10 or so years ago and I think I have pictures that look almost exactly like yours! It is something else indeed when those things happen. Hope everything is getting back to normal for you.

Shawna said...

You know, it really is beautiful and peaceful to me after everything freezes, but it ALWAYS causes damage. Good luck with getting everything back in order. I'm glad your family is safe:)

Barb @ A Chelsea Morning said...

Unbelievable, Annie. You know, two years before we moved to the western side of Colorado, we went through an ice storm like this. No power for days and I remember laying awake all night listening to what sounded like gun shots but was actually huge tree limbs snapping all over town.

The damage was unbelievable and it took weeks for the town to recover. There were literally mountains of tree limbs stacked up all over town.

I'm glad things are getting at least a little more normal. Having power helps. A Lot!